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The Roaring of the Lion

Paperback|Apr 1997
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Ray BeeleyAmos was a man of God in a wildly permissive society. Grounding his expositionin the historical and cultural background of Amos day, Ray Beeley clarifies themeaning of the book of Amos, and unfolds its contemporary relevence. 117 pages,from Banner...


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Ray BeeleyAmos was a man of God in a wildly permissive society. Grounding his expositionin the historical and cultural background of Amos day, Ray Beeley clarifies themeaning of the book of Amos, and unfolds its contemporary relevence. 117 pages,from Banner of Truth.

A Commentary on Amos. All round the Near-East the roar of the Divine Lion sounded; Amos heard it and was compelled to prophesy. His words of judgment on the nations and on the professsing church echo through the centuries and speak again today with unnerving relevance to contemporary society. Will what we have built in our churches stand the test?
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Amos had warned the Israelites 2 years before a terrible earthquake destroyed everything of value that it would happen. Ray Beeley believes that this warning is as relevant today as it was then.
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Ray Beeley

Ray Beeley is the former Head of Religious Knowledge in a large comprehensive school and minister of Richmond Wesleyan Reform Church, Sheffield. He enjoys preaching on the prophets and has produced books on the subject Wayward but Loved: A Commentary and Meditations on Hosea and The Roaring Lion: A Commentary on Amos-Editorial Review. ]

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